State regulatory requirements for mental health technicians: A nation-wide study
Teresa Serratt, RN, PhD, email@example.com
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- Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, USA
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Executive Summary of a study conducted to identify and describe state regulation requirements for psychiatric technicians/aides in the United States as a first step in examining staffing in acute psychiatric hospitals.
This study (OSP 8136) was funded by a 2018 Sigma Theta Tau International/Western Institute of Nursing Grant.
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